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|were have all the flowers gone .|
|Is there any chance WLW returning to the market?|
red nutter. If you go on to the above site you will see that for the 2008/2009 year you have until 5.4.13. to register it, ie 4 years.
You will need to record it on form SA108 2011, the form for capital gains/losses. Put your actual calculations on the form, not on a separate letter as they keep all forms but tend to throw away any letters !!
You will at least have evidence that you had advised them.
You will probably not hear from them as they only check about 5% of tax returns unless any figures are way-out cf other years. The Tax Office are so overworked and under-manned that they have not got time to do anything, other than drink tea !!
Best of luck, Tony.|
|Am I too late to claim for 2008/09 year?|
HMRC accepted my (considerable !) loss in my 2008/9 financial year.|
|WLW is on neglible value list on HMRC site saying dissolved on 26/2/09 why does it still show on my barclays account?
Can I claim as a loss now?
|Thanks for the link teverish.
Nagashineh must be having nightmares re Deloittes, first as administrators of Woolworths they helped cause his stake in Woolworths to become worthless, now they are it seems administrating his Targetfollow property company.
|The Wonder of Smellies.
Smelgy - 1 Nov'07 - 10:25 - 8011
...........just come back from walking pongo. Broker confirmed 20,000 @ 20.94. Happy with that.
Smelgy - 2 Nov'07 - 09:10 - 8047
Actually I'm off to Woolies a bit later to start some Christmas shopping. Very impressed with the way they've laid the shop out now. Can't stop enthusing really because for the last few weeks our local branch has been very busy. Every time I purchase something there I think of the bottom line.
Smelgy - 7 Nov'07 - 15:57 - 8103
.........just in for another 10,000 at 18.7.
Smelgy - 8 Nov'07 - 15:17 - 8145
Many years of City experience taught me to do research "on the ground" as it were, and Woolies is certainly buzzing at the moment, at least here.
Smelgy - 9 Nov'07 - 12:13 - 8178
........will be buying in once again.
Smelgy - 15 Nov'07 - 12:19 - 8301
I predict Woolies will have an excellent Christmas this year, and we will have an excellent share price once the xmas trading statement is out.
Smelgy - 8 Dec'07 - 14:15 - 9222
.......Sutton High St absolutely heaving today, and Woollies no exception. 9 tills open and huge queues.
Smelgy - 11 Dec'07 - 12:55 - 9392
.......anyone remember when next was 6p? Look at them now!
Smelgy - 12 Dec'07 - 22:50 - 9473
More than happy to hold and top-up.|
|More strife for Ardeshir -
|And just look at 2Entertain - Woolies 40% valued at over £100m, sold back to the BBC for £17m or about the amount of dividend the 2Entertain were due to pay Woolies.
And also Bertram/The - Valued at between £30m and £40m sold to Bertram management for just £5m.
And also because of the bankers and Woolies going down also brought down Zavvi which owed Woolies over £70m but paid only £40m of that debt.
As I mentioned so many times Woolies was brought down because their bankers Bank of Ireland and GMAC were in desperate trouble themselves and were willing to doing anything to get their money back, even if that meant destroying the companies they loaned too even though Woolies was still making a profit all be it only a small one.
In my mind BOI amd GMAC are no better than theives as by their actions they stole the shareholders money.|
|the plunder of woolies...firms left out of pocket while bankers get325million deloitte 10 mil linklaters 3 mill hilco 7.5 mil share holders sweet fa.
so the bankers get there money back what a shock. they sold the stock for half price and other assets for a pittance. this is a con on if i ever saw one we were sold up the river.no mention of lease values that nag and many others were banking on.
if they sold the stock as normal in the run up to xmas 2009 this company was not bankrupt and would still be tradeing
|Woolworth's store to be sporting first - Published Date: 08 April 2010
Preston's new Next store will become one of the first in the country to include the chain's new sportswear section. The retail giant has confirmed it will include a Next Sport department in the branch it is opening in former Woolworths store on Fishergate in August.
A spokesman said there would also be menswear, womenswear and childrenswear departments within the new shop alongside a homeware section.
Next has major branches at the Capitol Centre at Walton-le-Dale and on the Deepdale Shopping Park in Preston alongside city centre branches on Fishergate and Friargate, which will shut as part of the change.
The spokesman said: "It will be a big change for our customers in Preston because the city centre stores we have presently are small.
"Our combined floor space in our existing city centre branches only covers 5,000 sq ft while this new store alone will cover 13,350 sq ft.
"The Next Sport range is a fairly new introduction and is only in a handful of our existing stores but something we are looking to introduce into our newer branches."
She added that staff from the current city centre stores would be able to apply for jobs created by the new store opening, but said no decision had been made on how many jobs would be created.
The former Woolworths store has stood empty on Fishergate since the demise of the famous retail name in December 2008.
It is owned by Bretton Ltd, a holding company registered in the Caribbean British Virgin Islands understood to be backed by a number of Preston businessmen, and has secured a lease with Next at the end of last year.
Construction workers have been fitting out the branch since January.
Next's introduction follows the arrival of Bank and JD Sports in the former George Store on Fishergate and outdoor clothes retailer Fat Face in the empty ex-Barratt's Shoes shop and leaves on 11 empty units on the city's main high street.
A study by the British Property Forum in February showed one in five shops in Preston were empty|
|Logged in to see the Cluff article Davyy - Still licking my wounds after wlw - outragous really esp when they were 8p when Mwalker was sniffing around still made it backin Cluff (likely bid coming) I am logged in for full article and it looks like evolution securites think its worth 120+|
|I'm sure the £17M is already earmarked for lots of administrators expenses.
As Woolworths Group went into administration in 2008, I'd have thought that it would be a loss in 2008/9 financial year + also being able to offset against any profits in following years. Check with your accountant or stockbroker to be sure.|
|Thanks for that. Presumably none of the £17 million will go to the shareholders. The administrators will need all that to pay for their photocopying expenses !
Can one call this a "dead" share regarding tax losses for the current year, or do we have to wait until there is an official statement ?|
|Agreed need to log in to read article about Cluff.
Administrators in Woolies sold £100 Million valued 40% stake in 2Entertain for £17 Million. Now that's what you call a liquidation sale.
BBC £100M bid for Woolworths 40% stake in 2Entertain 28/11/08: